Training that Sticks
Dianna and Fred discussing training that sticks.
Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss what makes successful training and consider it from teacher/coach and student point-of-views. “Who is responsible for learning?”
- grades: getting a great grade but not learning anything is less than useful
- a student approach for lifelong learning
- a teacher/coach approach for continuous improvement
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In an industrial setting, there are no “right” answers. There are appropriate answers within context.
Students that take the risks to try, ask questions, and figure it out help make learning stick. Others will be learning from you, too.
Teachers or coaches that give opportunities to execute, and give feedback on what students could do better, is an opportunity to make things stick.
Let us know: What made your favorite teacher or coach stand apart from the others that you’ve had over the years? What makes a difference to you, to help your training stick?
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